Jason Dufner made up for his heartbreaking playoff loss in 2011 to Keegan Bradley at the PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club (losing a five shot lead with four holes to go) with an emphatic victory Sunday in Rochester, NY.
“To play the best round arguably of my career, to putt better than I’ve ever putted, to shoot the round of my life…it feels amazing to win the claret jug.”
Will the 113th U.S. Open be remembered for Justin Rose’s becoming England’s first U.S. Open winner in 43 years or Phil Mickelson’s sixth second place finish?view more
The United States Golf Association and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, the governing bodies in golf have outlawed the anchored putting stroke to take effect in 2016 under Rule 14-1b.view more
Madeline Gordon is a freshman at Metairie Park Country Day and junior golfer who enjoys journalism.
This story is on Jason Dufner, a very popular figure in New Orleans where his career really launched.view more
Darrah Schaefer, Chairman of the Board and Steve Worthy Chief Executive Officer of the Fore! Kids Foundation are to be commended for extending Tianlang Guan of China an exemption into the Zurich Classic.view more
When Steve Worthy, Chief Executive Officer of the Fore! Kids Foundation, gave his first pre-tournament press conference at TPC Louisiana, who would have thought it would be focused on a 14-year old.
Adam Scott earned his first major title in playoff over Angel Cabrera with a birdie putt on the second playoff hole at The Masters in Augusta.
When Tianlang Guan left Lakewood Golf Club last year three weeks stay after the U.S. Open Qualifying, we knew the world’s top 13-year old golfer in the world had a great future.
Tianlang Guan of China, the youngest golfer to ever play in The Masters, looks like a history-maker for years to come.view more